As part of their wholesale operation, they also supply several local restaurants like Arnold’s Country Kitchen and Lockeland Table. The East Nashville butcher shop is still going strong too. Their 10th anniversary is in September.
The business’ revenue more than doubled in the last year from the meat-delivery boom. “It was really important to us to not raise prices, or do any of those things, through the pandemic,” Carter said. It sounds like it worked. Now, they’re moving into a 28,000 square foot USDA processing facility in Princeton, Kentucky. It’s five times larger than their current one. With an emphasis on sustainability, it clicked for meat aficionados. “Even our insulation is a corn-based material that you can wash down the drain,” Carter said
“Today we have 53 employees, once we move into the new facility, we’ll have add another 30 to that roster,” Carter said. Carter said they picked up customers across the country as grocery stores faced shortages. “We actually ship all our steaks and chops fresh never frozen,” he said.
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